Bassem Sheikh Hussein stormed Hamra’s Federal Bank on August 1. He was armed with a gun and tank of gasoline,...
On July 28, Nabila Idan, a mother of three, was shot in her family home in Sindiane, Akkar. Initially reported as a suicide by her husband, her family later revealed that he murdered her and fled their home shortly after. On August 10, expecting mother Hanaa Khodr was set on...
The "pick me girl" videos drag women down for any attitude that has the potential to arouse the interest of men.
While a shift in the power balance has certainly been felt, the results of Lebanon's elections do not mark a breakthrough in the status quo.
At the expense of the Lebanese population, fake liberal politicians have been feeding us the same narrative for decades now.
Our phones, inboxes, and media are flooded with International Women’s Day messaging that, mostly, wishes us a happy one.
As the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues to unfold, news coverage has not been shy. Media outlets worldwide have rushed to document and report on one of the biggest modern-day conflicts. As I scroll through my social media apps, I catch glimpses of racist coverage where journalists are shocked that...
Investments in women-founded startups in the MENA region dropped to just 1.2 percent in 2021, according to a report from Wamda Research Lab.
Our bodies deserve better than a piece of land we were forcefully taught to love, cherish and blindly worship.
Because education in Lebanon is facing such uncertainty, the development and economic growth of the entire country stand at risk.